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1952 CA Magneto/Distributor?

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Rod 07 (WA)

11-13-2003 07:35:59

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Does the 1952 CA use a magneto? This part is missing on my tracor and I have no idea what part I need. I have read that when the normal battery ignition came about the mag was replaced with a distributor and coil...is this true?

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11-13-2003 10:04:00

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 Re: 1952 CA Magneto/Distributor? in reply to Rod 07 (WA), 11-13-2003 07:35:59  

Rod I believe coil/distributor was standard on the CAs after 1950...either should interchange.

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11-13-2003 17:36:59

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 Re: Re: 1952 CA Magneto/Distributor? in reply to Eldon, 11-13-2003 10:04:00  

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Dick L

11-13-2003 08:37:08

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 Re: 1952 CA Magneto/Distributor? in reply to Rod 07 (WA), 11-13-2003 07:35:59  
Yes that is true. I was trying to find you a photo of the CA distributor but have not come up with it yet. I have posted them before so I know they are in my fotki albums somewhere.

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Rod 07 (WA)

11-13-2003 20:12:19

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 Re: Re: 1952 CA Magneto/Distributor? in reply to Dick L, 11-13-2003 08:37:08  
Thanks a lot, when you get those pictures I would greatly appriciate them. This is going to be quite a restoration project, the guy has lost many of the parts and has no idea what they look like or where they might happen to be....makes the task a bit harder but this makes the hunt that much more enjoyable....

Rod Gratzer

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